From libraries to theme parks, the city is quickly opening up again. Here are some of the latest L.A. cultural favorites that are opening their doors this month.
Dreamscape Immersive reopens at the Century City Mall on Thursday, May 6. This fully immersive virtual reality experience features four epic adventures: The Blu: Deep Rescue, Alien Zoo, The Curse of the Lost Pearl: A Magic Projector Adventure, and Dragons: Flight Academy. Travel to far-off lands and never leave L.A. Dreamscape Immersive is for ages 10 and up. Children 13 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
The Grammy Museum will have its first phase of reopening starting May 21 with three new exhibits: “Dave Matthews Band: Inside and Out,” “Y Para Siempre… Marco Antonio Solis,” and “Motown: The Sound of Young America.” The Clive Davis Theater will remain closed. Advanced ticket reservations are required.
Craft in America Center reopens May 4 with an extension of its current exhibition, “Making Waves: Ocean Ecology & Craft.” The learning and art space will continue to host its virtual events, including artist discussions and concerts.
L.A. and O.C. Discovery Cube locations reopen May 28 with all new STEM exhibits and science activities.
Knott’s Soak City Waterpark, the 15-acre water adventure park adjacent to Knott’s Berry Farm, is reopening May 29. The park will be open with limited capacity through Sept. 12.
For a list of L.A. museums and galleries that recently reopened, visit our roundup here.